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White Mountaineering Wool Patterned Parka - Water Resistant/Gorgeous Lining

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by leeba, Mar 8, 2016.

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  1. leeba

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    Fits really cool as a slightly oversized piece. In my fit pic I'm 5'10. Cuffs are up as in the runway photo but can easily be rocked down for taller dudes. Dries/Haider vibes with the beautiful patterns and red velvet lining - but a little more rough/rugged. This thing looks baller with the patterned wool. Surprisingly, this thing is water resistant (I'm hesitant to say fully water proof, but I poured a cup of water on it and it just slid right off).
    Legit grail status (imo) A/W 2012 White Mountaineering Parka. Patterned wool pieces like this are pretty dope - nevermind wearable patterns like this.
    Excellent, lightly worn condition with original tags
    Charcoal grey
    Wool outer
    Fully lined
    Corduroy trimmed inner cuff
    Size 4, or L / XL
    25.5" pit to pit
    21.5" sleeve length measured from armpit
    26" Sleeve length from shoulder (rough estimate as this jacket is raglan)
    36" total length from nape of neck to hem
    Don't be afraid to throw an offer my way, I'll probably accept it if it's relatively reasonable. Thanks.


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